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Divorce For Grownups A Comprehensive Guide To Divorce In California 2nd Edition

Author : David Magnuson
ISBN : 0982935323
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 48. 41 MB
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A certain degree of stress and frustration is inevitable when divorce looms on the horizon, but the process doesn't have to be a disaster. Couples who end their marriage with dignity reap enormous emotional and financial benefits. Not only will they avoid the bitterness that accompanies an adversarial divorce, but they can also save thousands of dollars in legal fees and maintain a healthy working relationship for years to come (critical for successful co-parenting). A unique mixture of common-sense advice and easy-to-read explanations of applicable law, Divorce for Grownups is a comprehensive guide to separating with dignity in California. Topics covered include: The benefits of mediation, including a guide to surviving a high-conflict divorce A step-by-step guide to the legal process of obtaining a divorce in California Detailed instructions on how to divide assets and debts, complete with an overview of community property law Practical advice regarding spousal support, together with an analysis of relevant law A detailed explanation of how child support is calculated in California, as well as exceptions to the state-mandated formula Key elements of an effective parenting plan An in-depth analysis of various approaches to dividing the family home An overview of estate planning essentials

A Comprehensive Guide To Child Custody Evaluations Mental Health And Legal Perspectives

Author : Joanna Bunker Rohrbaugh
ISBN : 9780387718934
Genre : Psychology
File Size : 80. 73 MB
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Whether assessing general family functioning or specific areas of conflict, professionals preparing child custody evaluations require sound knowledge of three interrelated fields: up-to-date legal issues, psychological findings, and forensic procedures. This book covers these three essential areas to walk readers through the evaluation process clearly and concisely. It further provides a unique combination of legal guidelines with social science research.

The Consequences Of Divorce

Author : Craig A. Everett
ISBN : 156024187X
Genre : Family & Relationships
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This comprehensive volume brings to light little known implications of legal, economic, and custodial factors following a divorce. The Consequences of Divorce goes beyond the past decade's extensive focus on emotional and social adjustment outcomes to explore in-depth the post-divorce legal, economic, and custodial variables that impact the entire family. This important volume examines the economic conditions of both marriage partners after the divorce, the effect of legislative models on child support payment, child custody patterns and their impact on the family, and intervention strategies that take such custody problems into account. Teachers, counselors, researchers, and attorneys will be better prepared to offer support to family members after a divorce with the understanding of the economic and custodial conflicts that they will gain from this new book. The authoritative contributors examine statistics that show a marked decline in the economic well-being of women and children, which lead to questions of standards of adequacy for child support awards and an exploration of a new child support scheme from Australia. Different child custody arrangements are analyzed according to their consequences for each family member, providing valuable information for treating divorced families. Specific topics of interest include decreased parental involvement for fathers after a divorce, siblings separated by divorce, mothers without custody, and children's own viewpoints of custody arrangements. This informative book will lead to increased services to divorced families by expanding professionals’awareness of critical economic and legal issues that affect each member of the family.

Divorce For Dummies

Author : John Ventura
ISBN : 0470485361
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Since Divorce For Dummies, 2nd Edition published in 2005, there have been considerable changes in collaborative divorces, common law marriages, same sex marriages, visitation, and even custody laws (from children to pets). Divorce For Dummies, 3rd Edition includes 25 percent new, revised, and refreshed material covering all of the above.

Divorce With Decency

Author : Bradley A. Coates
ISBN : 0824828534
Genre : Law
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Coates is managing partner of the largest divorce law firm in Hawai'i, and founder of Divorce with Decency, a low-cost divorce mediation clinic. His text is intended to provide an overview of issues for individuals considering divorce, so that they can take an educated approach when working with a hired counselor, lawyer, or other specialist. The r

When Marriages Fail

Author : Craig Everett
ISBN : 9781317786672
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Leading experts reveal systemic and integrative approaches to family therapy When Marriages Fail: Systemic Family Therapy Interventions and Issues presents several leading experts in the field discussing the full spectrum of clinical interventions and family therapy for troubled and divorcing families. This comprehensive resource presents a broad overview of the literature that provides a foundation for the entire field, then narrows its focus to clearly review clinical assessment models and the special issues that may be factors in conflicted families. Therapists, psychologists, counselors, and social workers learn cutting-edge recommendations for policies protecting the well-being of children involved in divorce, plus practical, specific systemic treatment interventions that are illustrated with case studies. When Marriages Fail is separated into three logically organized sections. Part one provides a helpful overview of the field’s evolving literature as it stands now and gives tools to therapists and their clients to explore their internal and dyadic processes in considering whether or not to divorce. The second part presents two systemic models that explore the dynamics of conflicted couples moving toward divorce and considers specific family circumstances that affect the entire divorce process, such as family violence, disclosure of gender orientation, and the unhappiness of the family’s children. Part three discusses in detail specific and practical treatment interventions, considering factors involved when diverse families separate, divorce, and remarry. The text also provides a fitting tribute to William C. Nichols, a pioneer of marital and family therapy. Topics in When Marriages Fail include: the therapist’s choices in helping couples process their own choices an ecosystemic look at the rights of children in divorce interventions for mourning, adulterous triangles, incongruent goals, cultural differences, or family of origin disclosing gay or lesbian orientation in marriage domestic violence issues children’s trauma in the parental break-up family therapy interventions through three systemic stages of divorce remarriage of the first spouse in post-divorce families trauma of the betrayed spouse parent loss and serial relationships “gay divorces” and more! With Forewords by Douglas Sprenkle and Augustus Y. Napier as well as several international contributors who shed light on how this compelling subject is addressed outside of the United States, When Marriages Fail is an invaluable source of the latest knowledge and interventions for family therapists, counselors, social workers, and psychologists.

The Complete Idiot S Guide To Protecting Your 401 K And Ira

Author : Bill Lane
ISBN : 9781101019771
Genre : Business & Economics
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No need to panic. Written by financial experts, this essential guide tells investors how to keep their investments safe in this difficult economy. Readers will discover how economic upswings and downturns affect investment plans, and what can be done to anticipate these trends; changes in investment rules and guidelines and their impact on 401(k)s and IRAs; and how to identify the proper investment decisions for their needs. - On NPR's March 7, 2008, broadcast of All Things Considered, discussion centered on new weaknesses in the economy, and quite a bit of time was devoted to a story on how to protect your 401(k) - In 2000, 40 million 401(k) participants had an average account balance of about $50,000 and total assets of $2 trillion

Breakthrough Therapy Techniques For Individuals Groups Kids And Adults

Author : Amber Ferraez Kuntz
ISBN : 9781440138638
Genre : Family & Relationships
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If you are looking for a way to reconnect with your children, students, team, spouse, or elderly parent, this book is for you. Breakthrough Therapy Techniques for Individuals, Groups, Kids, and Adults is a collection of therapeutic activities for every day people, as well as professionals. Familiar toys and games are used and transformed into therapeutic interventions. Activities include ice-breakers and getting-to-know-you exercises, in addition to various activities meant to address issues such as grief and loss, anger, self-esteem, divorce, and much more. Ms. Kuntz has written a comprehensive, well-organized guide on various treatment modalities for a wide-ranging patient clientele. She provides clear directions on the therapeutic techniques with numerous examples. The style is casual and very readable making it useful to both beginning therapists and experienced clinicians Howard Leftin, Adult Psychiatrist, M.D. The book was great. Well explained and so worth it. Want to try some of the techniques on my children who are 9 and 10. Thanks for sharing. Robin Stephenson, Life Tree Adoption Agency Mrs. Kuntz used these activities to solve some sibling problems in our family. My children were always eager to see her. She is creative, fun and an empathic counselor. I am so excited she has shared some of her activities with us. Marty Bask

Finish The Journey

Author : Joe Florentino
ISBN : 9781440172045
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 81. 9 MB
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Don't live through divorce by yourself, because you're not alone. Over 1,000,000 people divorce annually in the United States. This leaves approximately 500,000 men each year searching for answers and guidance. The author is a regular middle-class guy who chose to do something positive with his divorce; to turn tragedy into triumph. Now every man can benefit from Joe's nearly two years of research, his interviews with over two hundred men, and his own personal experience. Men are often banished by the stereotype of being insensitive womanizers. Nothing could be further from the truth. Men are emotional, men are sensitive, and men are affected by divorce in ways that are traumatic to our very heart, mind, and soul. This book specifically details: Understanding what went wrong Healthy ways to accept responsibility without beating yourself up Advice to help the children adjust while becoming a great single parent Strategies to make it through the dark days of emotional depression Re-entering the dating world in a way that best fits each individual And so much more Take the time to live and learn from your divorce so you can embrace the far better life that awaits you!

Children Of Divorce

Author : Debbie Barr
ISBN : 9780310829188
Genre : Religion
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The adults who love them want to know, "How can I help?" Based on research and interviews with single parents and children, Children of Divorce provides a sympathetic, insightful answer to their question. It shows: -How to tell your child about divorce -How children respond to divorce according to their age -How to help children grow spiritually -How parents, grandparents, church workers, and teachers can help children of divorce -- This realistic yet compassionate book tells the truth about divorce -- how it forever changes the lives of those it touches. It speaks candidly about how children respond to divorce and the changes it imposes on their lives. But Children of Divorce also tells the truth about how Christianity in action can make a difference.

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